Sturgill Simpson, Kanye West, Radiohead and Baroness also get nominations.
Two of three songs recorded before Bowie's death now streaming.
Soundtrack album being released on yellow vinyl.
A tour through the city that inspired Bowie's greatest three years.
Career-spanning 2xCD set on the way this fall.
Hear the lost 1975 album that predated <i>Young Americans</i>.
This year’s VMAs belonged to Beyoncé. At the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Beyoncé took home six awards, including Video of the Year for “Formation,” as well as Best Female Video for “Hold Up,” Best Long Form Video for her Lemonade visual album, and Best Choreography for “Formation.” The wins tonight added up to an […]
In 1983, David Bowie and composer/Yellow Magic Orchestra founder Ryuichi Sakamoto starred in the film Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence. Sakamoto’s score for the film, which won a BAFTA Award for Best Film Music in 1983, is being reissued this fall. On October 21, Milan will reissue the soundtrack album, composed and performed by Sakamoto, which […]
Late last week, Parlophone announced it would be releasing a new David Bowie box set titled Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976), which featured the unreleased album The Gouster. Now, the full details of the box set have been revealed via David Bowie’s official website. The box will contain The Gouster, along with studio albums […]
Another David Bowie box set is on the way. Following the release of Five Years 1969-1973, Parlophone has announced the upcoming release of its follow-up, Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976). The collection does not yet have a release date, but it covers the years from Diamond Dogs up to Station to Station, with 1975′s […]
It’s not unusual for Sotheby’s to be having an art auction on November 10th and 11th; after all, it’s Sotheby’s. It’s what they do. What’ll make this particular, sprawling 267-piece collection a singular anomaly is that it’s the entirety of the late, great David Bowie’s collection. The Bowie family is expected to reap something in the […]
This year marks the 40th anniversary of Nicolas Roeg’s The Man Who Fell to Earth, which stars David Bowie in the lead role. In the classic science fiction film, Bowie portrays Thomas Jerome Newton, an alien who visits earth to bring water back to his own planet, which is afflicted with a serious drought. For […]
Every album deserves a great opener. But not every album, great or less than great as the case may sometimes be, has an opening track that actually makes sense. Sometimes the first song is the weakest—not a terrible strategy if you’re building up to something, but you still need to keep your listeners’ attention. Sometimes […]